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Visiting the national parks this summer? If you’re carrying your smartphone in your pocket, you’ll have all the guidance you’ll need to get around rough terrain with apps from the Apple App Store and Google Play.
We've got some of your favorite Muppets in this week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps; there's also games, note-taking, and productivity enhancements. Check inside!
Is it possible to be angry and social? The latest entry from the Angry Birds franchise tries to find out. Plus apps for drawing, remembering contacts, taking pictures, and more.
Apple may be borrowing from OS X to pay iOS, hackers have gone phishing for Apple customers, and Tim Cook will be playing Southern California for one night only.
Some day, when people ask Apple why it offered up a multi-billion dollar bond, it'll tell people it was young and needed the money. Of course, if you believe one competitor's CEO, that's because Cupertino's tablet business is going belly up sooner rather than later. And it's time for the latest edition of "I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Sponsored Tweeting!"
Apple will take its developer show worldwide, the iPad still satisfies, and Tim Cook puts up his Dukes.
Google has rolled out its Google Now intelligent assistant features to iOS users. Dan Moren takes a look at what it offers to busy, on-the-go iPhone and iPad owners.
The Yankee Group recently put out a study concluding that iPhone market share will dominate Android within two years. How can it be so sure? Lex Friedman looks at the numbers.
Messages leaves users hanging, Apple wants to school you on in-app purchases, and Eric Schmidt is back with some more awkward truths.
This week's roundup of iOS apps includes immersion in the world of DC Comics, help with your cooking, and a great new way to track your package deliveries.
Tickets to Apple's annual conference for developers sold out in less time than it took to write this article.
Six months after its launch, the iPad mini is a drain on Apple's profits, but the company is willing to endure the financial strain as long as it can sell more iPads, analysts said.
Wall Street didn't care for the numbers Apple released as part of its second quarter earnings Tuesday. But podcast panelists Jason Snell and Dan Moren have a slightly different perspective.